Missunited will to revert to the Flat in three weeks' time following her heroics in the Guinness Galway Hurdle on Thursday.
The six-year-old mare pulled nearly four lengths clear of Flaxen Flare to provide trainer Mick Winters with back-to-back victories in the valuable handicap over two miles.
Next up for Missunited is a trip to the Curragh for the Group Three Gain Irish St Leger Trial Stakes on August 24.
Winters said: "She's mad well in herself and didn't have a hard race. She dug deep but Robbie (Power, jockey) wasn't too hard on her.
"I think she's a better horse on better ground and if she gets to the Curragh in the same sort of form she'll be hard to get past.
"She's been a good mare and black type is very important to her owners."
Missunited will at some stage return over hurdles, with the Mares' Hurdle at the Cheltenham Festival in March a possible long-term objective.
Winters said: "We'll have to be careful with her, but she's a very well-balanced horse and is a very good jumper.
"If she turned up in top form, she'd love to climb that hill (at Cheltenham).
"She thrives on the big occasion - a little bit like her trainer."
Winters won the Galway Hurdle 12 months ago with Rebel Fitz, who has this summer made an accomplished start over fences.
The eight-year-old easily won a novice chase earlier on the Galway Hurdle card on Thursday and could return to the Ballybrit circuit next month.
Winters said: "He's strolling along over fences and is a very good horse.
"He's very well in himself, and we'll look at a novice chase at Galway in September for him.
"There's also another race at Listowel three weeks after that which we'll also think about.
"We hope he'll be good enough for all the big festivals, and maybe the two-mile race (the Arkle) at Cheltenham might suit him next spring.
"That's a long way off, though, so have to see how he gets on in his next few starts.
"It's pointless going to these big meetings to finish third or fourth - we'd go there to win."